North Carolina Newspapers

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VOLUME XXV —NUMBER 15
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MAMMOTH STILL
IS CAPTURED
OB Tweoday last a MMMUI still
nt o|tand in the Bear Grass see
te estimated to Ww!
Mr. A. & «f TuWu. with
Federal pMMMI made a *wl to
wfcfleJTtiL Bear Grass section they
Tma „| IM a mmoctk moonshine'
[J..t ud cafinc dthe catii* outfit
The its was a large kettle with a
capacity of two handled sallow or
MIC and was equipped with acces
sary capper pipes and doubler. The
still was operated to P» B***-
Near the rtfll was foand fourteen
handled gallons of beer that were tarn
ed oat an the ground.
Mr. Harris stated that this was one
of the most complete oatflt? he had
erer seea and that the plant was
worth as math as a thousand dollars
The ata had never been used bat
had jast been placed when to was cap
tared by *be oflfcers.
BEAITIFIL WEDDING
SOLEMNIZED IN IMMAN
UEL BAPTIST CHI'RCH
Greenville Reflector
A weddinr characterised by >i"«plr
diputjr and unasaal beaaty occurred
at the lauaaael Baptist churrto oa
Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock,
when Miss Marguerite Annie Higp |
and Mr. WOliam Robert Everett, of
Scotland Neck, were married. The
charrh was elaborately and effective- j
ly decorated and was aglow with the
cheerful yellow and white of e=rly
spring flowers. The whole pulpit and
choir loft were cowered with white
and were bonked with fern*
and and against this lor*}
back ground myriads of jonquils l
daisies lutes were arraaged- la
the center of the pulpit were three
all white wiker floor «_ses fllied
with calla lilies. and the pews re
served for the relatives and closest
friends of the bride aatl groom wer*
*j*o marked 3ilh floo. ia.es «'• •»
» th crDa ia*« » ' » i!»'
~ with yellow tulle. The whole m. k
a nut effective setting for the r-»-
tumr- of the bridal party, wkxh
shaded from Chinese yellow to th
nch golden brown of the bride's gown
Miss Bertolett. of the Gisaaedlc
Teachers' College, played the wed
ding masic. aad Miss Helen Higr*-
who wore a fiwek of peach crepe,
saag tie ever-loved Sehebert's sere-
Dr. R. T. Vaun of Itoleigh. who
sflhiTtr I at the weddiag of the bride's
pcrer.ts aad also at that of her suter.
performed the ceremony, assisted
by Dr. T. H. Plemmoa*. the bribe's
Mrs. Everett is the oldest .iaaghter
of Mr. and Mrs. L B. Higgs- She is
a graduate of Meredfth College ard
has traveled extensively aad to her
char mand culture aad genuine
strength of character has wm for
herself the love and on of
a hoot of friends wherever she has
gone. She has been very active ■
the church aad dab hfe of her towa
aad will be greatly missed.
Mr. Everett was edacated at toe
l amrsJty of North Carolina aad JM
N. C. State College. He is a promt
atst young planter of Martin coanty
aad his popularity and that of hi*
bride was proven by the tnmriw saa
liiniliiiair gifts which they received
At noon Mr. aad Mia. E- & Higgs
and Mr. aad Mrv & J. Everett en
tertained the weddiag party and )
a gaerts at a beautiful break
fast at the Coanty Ctnh, after whid
the bride and groom mafiad U
Rocky Moaat. where they took thi
traia for a trip to St. Aagwatane aa>
St. Pctersbaig.
FARMERS BUST
PLANTING COR?
Farmers are plmtmg can thi
. week regawßcas of the cold spell
They are aot fallowing forsaer meth
has not yet opoei They moot he fsl
Those bratn who have tried i
ma to know that can planted th
last week mi March and the flrst a
April general)- bears —R.
RATBORN JOI NER TAKEN
SKRIOI*SLY IU
Carried to Parh View n pßil
Rev. aad Mrs. A. V. Joyaer left thi
■ ■mmg with their —m. Rayhsr
for the Phrk View bnpiiil Rack
aight at the sapper table J]d to «
feared that Us raailßiia was any pi
THE ENTERPRISE
EASTERN CAROLINA EXPOSI
TION AND AUTOMOBILE
SHOW PROGRAMME
T* Be HcM m fc —r— Ow*W«k.
It j April 7 aad End
mg April 12. 1924.
MONDAY. APRIL 7TH
2« Pl ■.-Fknde-Fint pr-ze.
$10000; acoßd. $75.00; third, $5O 00.
faiitwl. ncay cater a Soar m this pa
rade.
, SJO P. 3L—Formal opnint in
Wfi VIRhNML
Address of Vdcdkw: Wayne 'A.
Mitchell, faitw. M. C
[ Rfipiair: Hoa lieo KoyalL. Preai
dnt Eiften CarnUaa Chamber of
Consent. Gohlsboro. X. G.
Aii-irfsf. Cwwr Morrison.
»40 P. M.—Doars cW 7Jn p. Jt.
IK»r> »prn
j 730 P. IL—Cerror>»"i BacJ Ca*-
f*Tt
SJP P. M.—Mis Anrj Case.
pnaa. CoMtd
10:15 P. M.—See exhibits
TUESDAY. APRIL KTH
TOO P. M-— Doors open.
! "30 to 8:30 P. M. Cerrone* P-ond
Concert aad «rV«tnL
•:M P- M.—Minstrel by Kiwanb
Hits. Eastern Carolina.
IJO P. M Own open. 2DO P M
Pwade by Kmni» Clubs Eastern
; Carolina.
! JM P. M—i'anti Concert.
I 3:30 P. M —See Exhibit.*.
1 SJO P. M Door* dose
WEDNESDAY. APRIL 9
i 1« P. M—l-mn opra
[ 200 P. J|_—Parade. fc.tary Club
I Eastern Carolina 2JO to 3 :30 P. M.
—Orwene"s Pittbnrr Band. 5Ai P
M. —Dwor* thw
P. M—Doors open. 7:30 P. M.
—Cerrore's Band concert and -pr-iab
•J" p. m. —One art nnwdt. stacoi
jby nkdmdoal Rotary Hub Eastern
I Carolina
THIKDAY. APRIL 10
1:00 P. M—Door* open. 2JO P. M.
—Bard enact. 330 P. M.—lntro
dartioa of Qmml Two separate eta
tests: one Lenoir Caanty aad oar out
side I en sir roaaty.
FRIDAY. APRIL II
I * P- M - DooT« open. 2:30 P M
-Cu»»at'» Ban I hi Special Concert
for the children.
3:30 P. M.—Special entertainment
the children ta he aaaoanred later
SM P M.—Doars dose 7:00 P. M
—Dssri orpn. 7Jt p. M.—Pageant
"Eastern Carolina in Action."
SATURDAY. APRIL 12
1« P. M.—Dears open. 2JO P M
—Band Concert. 3JO P. M- Special
eaterf h—t far the people.
"30 P M.— Ban-t ft
•M P M—Snaetlmt rraJ w.-rtl
while
II JO P. M—Deer* Hose, and tha
down the rartoia on the See
•*+ Aaaaal Eastern Carolina Expose
I
I TEN -OOVTS-
Ten ThnV" for woawn politic*
' *ntMS, |iu by the woman rite
1 chairaai of the Republican utis a
1 raaaittre. are as follows: "Dm"
1 e# ywar hest doth* i; Ma*t Ice!
1 Ifihe a bare bach rider or a tinsel cir
ens dancer Itont wear pearl- «
( daarly thinr* aroaad the .lech linal
r wear a bat. especially one with feath
" ers or lappac thicks on iL Des"
' show yum feet ac ankles. Ikmst yd
1 at yvar lalierct. Doat learn y«i
1 speech by heart, or read it from a wri
I ten espy, beat refer to yoar lack •-
1 ti de. Doat Ghdi the other party."
I GOV ERNOB'S MARRIAGE
A GREAT SI'RPRiSI
h _
JTkt aews of the marriage of oa
r Gamaor C -neroa Marriaoa came a
4 ja girat wprUe. The people general
Ily woe expecting that he migh
'■miry Mrs. Vaaderbilt. bat did mm
'know that he was evca cMrtitc Mn
Geo. DL Watts of Darham.
Mrs. Watts is about as rich as Mrs
* V ■ idi ibdt. aad is also very popnla
L aad attraction.
" POST OFFICE REPAIRED
helad|Mtdhtß«dcnwiir
few awwiaij repairs, "ifre patina
f mt the dki ast be tnablsJ a
, Mr. hiet is having tV affair Sw
up a proper . rir ad so that rt
uftm -a»y data ; af the cStcc ail m
he hnper«»L
L
SIR. CULPETPER INVESTIGATES
THE PLACING OF HAKb
m ' WARE STORE HEX;
» '
t- Mr. W. T. Catpepper of the CU
A pepper Hardware Cacjaty mi ELza
m beth GBp » k tmmm today IssHar sd
WOliamston. Martin County, North Carolina, Friday. April 4, 1924
rue KAiua rßasrEcrs i
FOB THE YEAK 19U '
Acconißg to the bleat information
from aver JSjtNKH Umiri. reprex-til
ing pncbEdf way county in the
L nited States. ■ Ahm Uf past moiilh,
tkr fjian are aailli Hii m' * naraaal
prmtartMß |n(na h k apparrnt.
bwttu. tint Uk paoitortu n tiu» > ear
nQ ftil raaet w«a Ue trial > aritiaf
rr— h*h nges, iwti, farm labor j
ihaiMp aal the general difference
Mnea Ike phtu of faraa and urban
prodacU. TV ftaeial American tie
nanl for acmkaral fndacts is
4nag. The ton prosperity is shown
mtlta, VM! aad «|aalit> of foods
■hick v UM) to Matisw lor some
The fdaga oaifcfb seem likely to
alwt tke (RMnt level for
iar c»tti«. peek, wheat and tobacco
!>■ indi. The HUntM m regard to
tabor, HI T— I j fritdorn, credit
and (Mt «nu a M nwwpnit to
nm a> i if inm ia prodartton.
There «* a of an overpro-
Jactioa of tm*m ac the Icaed States.
Hits mm n iii if artaall) carried out
anl d the y**ds are as rood as in 1
recvat >ear. «MU ie« t in a supply
larger 'JUB the yen bub R dem. aad. This
is poititabili traar ia new of the pro
iprctsve ******** ia Iweawk proil*-
tio*
The cvttM aarket gives promise of
beitc aUe to ak«rt> the «:>oderate
increase of nttaa at a rtwijisratively
roo.i pnrr A Urtpe crop, if secured
by axrml acreaee and expensive
rsktanl oetM. ««■» tend to brins
a dcrtmc ■ price which mrrht more
than offset a*} renkinc reduction*
ia (•*!• dwr to hi(th yields. («>od
jpi(n«rt «a the part «rf cotton farm
ers is ikk to pay well ibis year re
far.la; k:l vverii p»i ocimr meth
nfe. Lab fndfsaf «lx«ld be avoid
rd.
Tjt t iam cgthU is for a slight
m amsf in this late and
■MB? trrrva*e !na here tc
The aaljgcal fidnk is for the ' ame
amijr u last -ear. The cigarette
•ipp of tohar* •> an thox mostly in
ill IM! These are rather heavy stocks
of t iar* mm lad! m c««i~aderation of
the year"- ■« » audi for manufartur
The pruat stli ak is for an in
ritmiei aiMp >* the extent of 19
per nd IknarM the South. & per
coat a this state aatd » per rent in the
Silt Atlantic stoles. There iva pros
pet -f sji overproduction in view of
the Vnr ■■"» it» of *t«k* during
the M MS«C
i •rrn»N CBOVEBS' ASSOO
tTIOX Tn HIVE WMITH
%T E r%RIHJN.% EXPOSITION
Raleirh. April 1— Farmers who
visit thr Culm Cawlioa Ktpo* itk»n
at IMNL Ap4 *. 9. and 10. will
farf a not übtettng and education
al eihht «Mai a —niii of others.
The North Canlha Cottoa Growers'
Cooperative Auriliaa has arranged
a booth whirh is to he not only a dis
play that wil atefet bat is planned
to aid I l * cottoa fi»««rf «f the coun
tje» whirh take fait IT. the exposition.
A complete ending and clausing
*fin is to hr at the exposition under
the rfaulaa of Fred T. Haas of the
Eatn# dbe aaJ every farmer whe
stdl ha» ntha tea haeH is welcome
to bch( i aanpli of tSe ro'lMi for ex
pert gf ii liar aad classification Thit
iaiilrtiia is, tpa to all fannera
whether they be ■i■> ■ n of Lhe as
.sarialiaa at ML There is no (hup
fair the service wharf, d intended U
really With the f-ai ai i s
Aaother feature mi the exhibit will
be a Wend eafcihit with full
• —•— as the poison dustini
■art bad mt lt>lat the weevil.
Tke fpi ie mt the Association it
aatbr c this rr*-" ia to illastraU
% ■n Ml narr of better cotton sea
as* ba Ilia a Methods of making tin
crop la fmr *he exhibit, Jfr
llaas wdi kail the assistance ihrough
oat the i ipudno mt thirty leader
m the laapnliii work, selected b;
toe local oezaaazatiaas of Lenoir
'•reeae aad Wayne Caialiw
CMO OF THANKS
To the aad hrrinj
i j apathy mt Meads expressed by hot
word aad deed ia our long bereave
newt ha* latrhril oar hearts moa
deeply aad we mk to thas public!
rip*? mm thanks ami appreciation.
Mrs. J. D Cherry aad Children.
CAM OF THE ADVENT
. . - to
iwday. Aprd t.
Hoi; in' fc«l a. bl
Charth iA I il »:« a. at. , _
Everybody adnae.
> J. E WARNER. Priest.
Hr. Ma A. Maaakm aad little so
i Jack j itaiday in Rocky Moaa
SHERIFF CAPTURES
SMALL OUTFIT
s ————
Sheriff Rabmon and Chief rf Po
lice J. O. Manning wawri u bviu
tion to visit the Bear Tray 113 Wed
nesday. Upon reaching the id they
saw smoke and immediately «■« to
ward iL When they had walked with
in a few feet of the a «d—
man, Lawrence Woolard. ch> was an
charge, discovered then and leaped
for other parts. The ker pdrf
man followed. Across i tij.
brush, over logs aaJ cndrr kwh they
went. The policeman hemr raider
stoat held wind and ca-wd gmai for
p. short while, but fnally aw that he
would either lo e his breath or the
negro O#. » he stopped. hi
breath. '*
The outfit consisted «»: a small cop
per kettle. *mal etrpCy bmb and
four gallons of Rwla.iset ram.
JAMESVILLE SCHOOL. TO KE
CEITK APPROMtIATION IWD
STATE EIH'O.TIOX BOAKII
Donation of Five Hatred Ihlin to
Help High School Mee* Stale
* K«^oiif
The State Board of Ednratarm hat
just appropriate! to the
Jamesville High SrM from a re
cently provided fund set a.dr for lh>-
purpose of assisting high that
arr not able to provide »Am( famd>
to preserve the staidaoi rr»j»i n ti t
«.f the State.
JamesvUle is tk* only school s. the
county to make applratM The i —-
ty superintendent in>i the Ural com
mittee jointly nuk-itf the applica
tion.
STAH.HXM III' THE »WXIIK
MIH. N-.XACEME-*:'. I.TT_ K>
•I? :>?ri» by the * r or «\-
I.RKSS of UGIST it »i'.
of The Enterprise pnhlfcthtd )«•»
weekl> at WiDaibtaa. X- C for
April. 1924.
State of North Carolina
. f , .... a*..
Coanty of Martin
Before aae. a notary pablac in vd
for the Mate aad ramly aforaui
per-anally appeared W. C M —nag
Jr., who having been rfalj sworn ac
cording to law. depoo** and says thai
ho is the BuintM Mgr. of The Enter
prise uhl that the foflowing as. to
the best of hts haooh iff and hrlaef.
a true .statement of the o«o« i ikf.
management, etc.. af the afomnad
publication for the date ahaian a iW
above caption. ni|airwd by the Act »1
August 24. 1912. MbriW in «thr
449. Postal Laws aad Bagnlrtaani
printed on the icvevso of Urn form,
to wit:
I. That the name  aad aMm»e>
of tlx- published, editor, mat u« •
rditor, and business are:
Publisher V M. Naaant, Vdbaßdaa,
N. C
Editor W. C. Maaniag. WiUanrfoe.
N. C.
Business Manarer W C. Mammt. Jr
Williamston. X. C.
2 That the oaaers arr: W. C. Man
ning Jr.. Williamston. X. C.; F. M
Manning, Williamston. X C-; * - C,
Manning. Williamitoa. X. C; E S
Peel, Williamston. X. C.
3. That the kaowa haikilVrt
mortgagees, ami other Monty hM
ers owning or hoUhr I per )M «
more of total anaoar of hard*,
mortgage*, or otaer waritin arr:
Dodson Printers Saffly Co. Atlanta.
Go.
4. That the two paragraphs neat
above, gbring the anaoes a# Ike owner?
stockholders, aad secant) hoMers. if
any, contain rot aa'> tie last ad stock
holders and secarity hUns a* the-j
appear upon the hnaks of the com
pany but also, ■ own wt*t» the
stockholder or semrity hilltr
pear* upon the kiah af the caimpiiy
as trustee or la any other Mnraary re
lation. the aaaee of the pertoai or cor
poration for whoao stark trnstee a»
aAing, is given: aba that ti* said
two paragraphs rtlim stateaor-t
--embracing aflaat's M kaomfcdge and
belief as ta the croaolaam aad
conditions under whark ilaikhaiii n
and security holders who do aa* ap
pear upon the books of the caafmi
as trustees, hold stack and Martia
in a capacity other thaa that af a bana
ftde owner; aad this ahut has aa
reason ta betirre that any other per
any interest direct or adaaat m thr
said stack, hands, or other auniliri
than as ao stated by bam.
V. a MAXXIXG. JR.
this 3 day af Aprfl, l«t
J. E POPE. Notary Mfc
Mrs T. L MMto Mo-a Ko
BOBEKT t LEE: -IMMORTAL
EVEN IN DF.FLU*
In Dr. Wrfom E HaSd*r' S»>k
-AIOUK t>e trail of Ihf Frickll)
\nrs" tier is a chapter en'. '• 1
"Sittmjr B the Ashes." whi".i te
! rcr.bes U - fall of Richmond in *'«•
bit 4ay of the Confederacy, a w
General Lee's entrance into tlw City
«a his rrtmrr from the war. Just flfty
■nr \nrs ago the (Vil War came
to a cW. Or. Hatcher's tribute to
Ut is so beautiful that we reproduce
S for w readers: (
"Bet I » a-.otfcer syrht m cwnnec
liom Rsthmdol's fall which I
ror.ff- thrilled me a Ihousanl times
more than aT! tJje rlon of the vic
lur—> arwiar of the Kepubic. It was
a spectacle that broke upon me un
eiprttli; it c.»—* while the heavens
were fcft with storm and the streets
w.-i* wild with rtoo.l-.nr rainv.
V. u: I >a wa • a horsrmn His
was br.iu!trM rith mud. and
I His head tar. - «k»wn as if worn by
I low travel!i The horseman himself
-a! OB his hor;* lib' a master: his
face wa_- ri'il with >« if respecting
erirfs: hi; rrnwutj cere worn in the
-enicr ssJ sta ned with travel; his
Kit «i .!.«.+«! and spattered with
r*aJ ir>l u li arother unknown hcrse
tas r.-le with 'rim. a- if for o>in|iany
»au f»r love. Even in the fleeting
of bis ;«a»-injc bv my gate. I
was by h: uicomparable dignity.
His acjftti: composure, bis recitude
and hi- x-rrvw were so wrcw lit and
Urrioi into hi» risafre ami s > beauti
fal and iiirt 11 ~v« to my eyes that I
Ml «.t> risVti! w*ep:nc To me there
was only ow wrt*re this one was;
tbere cwW be oadv one that day, and
that «f was still my own re.-ered awl
dcn-fcf«! Ir»ier. stainless in honor.
rr-yleVcit and immortal even in de
feat. try own. mv peerless chieftain.
CoHrr* K I jee
1c that loeo way. in the midst of
nil and nonr with no crvwtls to hail
li'ie. with if;, ir-«!ir»!iiiir shouts to
rdren' Km. with no banners flaj.
pin; akvc! did he come hack
fi*r» Ji-itr« war. But. ah' we did
not b»* C ix.aere.l and solitary he
was. bet yet be w«te ir.yisibh- badges
of victory; be carried spoils of honor
and which rould never fail,
ud ■ every stop of bis sad inorintr
be was nairkmf forward to take his
place an tbe balance courts of univer
sal tee."
[HOUSE SHOE TOI'EVAMEVT
I I KEATES MkCH MEKKIMKNT
I * It K«u to be tkit men and boys
.pitched dollars and other misse!> as a
pw bat now the obi time hor-e shoes
bare cn mr ajrain u.to evidence.
Tbe local school has just finished a
bor o -boe patching tournament. Six
teen boys and girls fathered u|> all
tW old hor.-e shoes in town and car-
tWw to tbe athletic field last
■ok and b»l a real obi fa-tnoned
bor-e sboe i onamrnl There were
e«tbt boys and eicht isirls in the
luiiiini nl ami there were four con
tests aatar both the boys and tfirls (
wfam tbe) were each eliminated anal j
after tbe nevt elimination there were
left *4^ tbe cult. Trances lloyt, I'at
Harris. Laura Orleans and Margaret
Ma junx. lain Orleans and Mar
-irft NAki.r;; being tie winners in
tic latt jrarae John Booker and ("ha>.
IVej played Knxr Whitley and Tom
Crawford bat thej were .lefeated in
the Seals Tbe winrer- were awani.il
a boa of cWo!i>-
I:\TEKTAI\S AT HKIIN;I:
On Tuesday evenmj; f-. in
thirty wtil ehven thirty at their
le el. Looae on Main street. Mr and
Mr- A. R- [nwMnK e*itertai-i m>h
a! . ? e*d« at bc»l*e
Yefow jtaqaik in tbe li«'ij T«» >m
-*■* elite and blue hrarin'ii- •» lie
a t room made the atmo-u i«r-? f
t»e 1 IT my like spriniftir a. f rr»
■*or.- t! »ee table- arranged f->» brid'jt
a.- i at the of se • *ra! r>ih
bt tc-aptinr refreshments were -
e». ir tbe haste.**.
TIMC invited were, Mr. al-i Mr-..
J. D Moolard. Mr. ant Mi L tl H.
Icei. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Harrii-on.
Mr aarf Mrs. J. L Williams, Mr. and
Mrs G. H Harrison. Messrs. J. W.
h«r> atA Milt H. Wolff
- CAM) OF THANKS
We wish to take this opportunity
to tknk oar friends and relative., fgr
iVrw BU) acts of kinttfnn aixl sym
tfcajr atarißtr tWr recent illnes and
.jotk of ny ho-hand aixl our fa-
U«r.
■MS. J. L KOBKRTSOK AND
FAMILY.
StnL EK tiWrt arrived yester
4»jr fi ■■ Keatacki to »wt Mr. Sober
trmmfo mother. Mrs. J. L Robertson
-srf to ie«m to Keatocky with Mr.
Untaa *tw has been here with hi*
W- Mt his aincM and death.
TWO WOMEN IME AS CARO- ♦
UNA SANITARIUM KLR-S
Eight Patieats Mumwi la iVrt.u
Inmates of Braa4 Oaks
Kefage
Morgantown. N. C., April X —Txo
wonirn patients were known to be
bcrufl to death, si* others are mi.-s
--ing, and several are injured after a
fire which today destroyed one win.; of
the Broad Oaks sanitarium here. F »r
--ty patients were sleeping in the build
iug when the fire started.
'I * o bodies hare been recovered liv
were identified as those of a Mrs.
Gaines and a Mrs. Hamilton.
Immediately after the Haze was
conquered officials made a check of
the patients and found eight to he 1
missing. A search was made in the
ruins and a few minutes afterward.
the bodies of two women wer efourxi
Work of searching the ashes v.-as
greatly hindred because- of the h*at
and firemen sai«l it may be some
time liefore it can be definitely a--
tablished whether others lost their
I lives. The cause of the fire has not
been learned but an inve: ligation
already is under way. police said.
The blaze started shortly before
daybreak while the patier.ts were
asleep and had guinea! a headway be
fore the night nurses detected it. An
alarm was turned in immediately an-'
it was with the «reatest difficulty
that many of the he> Sfcien patients
were removed to safety-
Many were ra-r-e-l to asotlwr
local hospital- Sorre of tK*m «crr
slightly injured while others are suf
fering from nervous shock resulting
from fri»»t. One man was said to have
been seriously burned ami doubt.- for
his recovery were eipressel by at
tendants.
J I*. (Ireen. of Charlotte. X. C. "i
, e*pectel to ilie from burns received
after running bark into tSe flam
ing builtlint; following hi- rescue.
Another woman patient from Omgia,
also was reported near death
Of the forty-two patients in the
building when the fire started, thirty
were women. The institution U con
ducted by I>r. J. Verno. a nerve and
mental specialist.
Police this afternoon stated the
cause of the fire had no* be»n deter
mined. It started in a «ecC«n of the
building where there is a strict rule
against patients carrying matches
| Many of the inmate.- were con
• fined to their Wds when the f.:e
I -tarte.l, and it was with the create-1
I difficulty that they were rescued
SCHOOL HOI SK BI'RNS KK
I N llKit-: :.N«' _ A>IESVILLE
(Uneral Opinion Prevails That The
Building Was lired hy
An Kara)
The Smithwick school him * loratnl
between Williamston and Jame-ville
was burned last night •
The general opinion pmails that it
was fireii by some one who is an en
»my to his neighbors. his country.
Ills friends anl even t» hi# unworthy
self.
The school would have rl««i in a
few week* ami of course, the loss of
the building closes the school now.
Some few books were burne«U be
ionfing to the teacher- mostly.
M All JONG PARTY
M isj. Elizabeth Ha_wll entertained
at one table of Mali Jong at her home
on Haughton street yesterday after
noon from four to six.
Those playing besides the bo-t --
were Mr*. It. I hike t'ritcher. Mr>
Robert Heyilenreirh ao.l MU» Kliza
! beth Hurras. •'
s _ An attractive salad coarse •»- serv
el by Miss Has-sell assisted by her
mother, Mrs. A. Hassell.
MK. JAMES V TAYLOR DIED
SUDDENLY LAST TUESDAY
Mr. James N. Taylor of Cross Rood
township died suddenly Tuesday. April
I.
Mr Taylor had been in 01 health
for several months with high blood
pressure and bright* disease, how
ever he was able to be ap and attend
ing to business.
Tuesday morning he walked out to
the field where Ms boys were plough
ing. After staying out for « short
while he turned to go away but as
he turned to leave he fell and was
iead In less than a minute.
Mr. Taylor was K years old and
'.caves a widow, four sons aaii thrr
daughter*.
The burial was in the Air- si
Rawlr burial ground, & S. Cowin;
ducting the funeral.
Mr. Jaliaa & M will retr
last of this w«ek from drier
[Detroit where he has speat t
two weeks.
watch the label on you*
P VPUL IT CAUjIES THE DATE
VOIR SUBSCRIPTION EXPIRES
ESTABLISHED 1898
RECORDERS COURT
PROCEEDINGS
State v> W hit Baley, reckless driv
ing of an autcmobik oti the pvfatic
roads.
State ts Arsirvw Mohley, Lather
(lark. W teeier Beach an) Oaear
Wynn. Assault with deadly weapon.
Each defendant pimi gwdty and was
fined $5.01) ami cost.
State rs Fred Bryant, assault. Con
tinued until April *th_
State ts Randolph Ore. Elijah Gor
ty IVfendant* Randolph Ore and
ham an>l Randolph Carter- FWL*#B
- « iurham. each fired $50.00 and
one-third of the cast acd confined in
\ iSe common jail fofr a term of ten
days and they pay their jail fee*.
| Randolph Carter was fined tS Oii and
•he cost
State TS Simon Faear. Jr. driving
auto without license. IV»i guilty.
Judgment sB-pewW u|»r payment of
the costs and apor payment to Mr.
Austin, the witness the
sun* «f sl7 75 and the case was con
tinned ur .il April lath under the same
bor.d
State vs Wrilie Barfield. assault with
deadly w.-?pon. PW»i guilt}"- Fined
I*> and "costs-
State TS l eßn\ Pitt.- and Aeton Ed
mord on Lai Clay for temporary pur
poses. \ol Pros.
Rob?rt Johnson. Jr. Hav.r.r liquor on
hand for ale. Flea»l Nolo Oontenderi
arl charred with the co t
SK\KK\I. UK VL W'YS
OIT FOR TRIP ACROSS
CONTINENT
The bathing beautie* as pictured in
all the viagazines from the western
shores have proves! too ■ lucti for
Messrs James E. Harrell. Raymond
Taylor arrd lames Cooke: » they are
takinr advantage of the wonderful
ofTer of the JCjrw and OkrtTer. The
I  fTer is a trip for !•** mtwrirtions or
renewals for one year to that paper.
There will be two group*. one leav
ing in June and another ia July. We
wish the hoys a Rice trip across the
oW C. S. and the best of Suck in
;9li- : t'n -"b cript-oc slo the "Old Re
liable "
CNIVFRSITY OF CAROLINA'S
IXNINC H %LL IS BI'KNED
Chapel Hill. X. CL. April J-—Si*
hundred stu>tents of the Cniversity
of North Carolina toalay had to
-earch for a new place to board. Fire
discovered by a negto janitor in the
early morning hours, damaged Swain
hall, the dininr n»T of the univers
ity, to th- 1 extent of J5i.0"0. the
kitchen equipment being a total loss.
Criversity oftrxl- say repairs to ,
the huildinr cannot b' cuxplrteil be
fore May I.
TO HOSPITAL
Mr. I.uther Peel acromparied by J.
\V Manninr carried Mr. James Gur
ganus to the -Late hospital in Ral
eirh Wednesday.
Mr Peel reported a nice trip, but
stated that tho Mr Graranus be con
•lemned hy many ard looked upon as
an outcast his sense of feeling was
to be reckoned with pst as much so
as any one else's.
Mr Gurganus showed the way a.:d
related a few of his eijurifOMs while
in the hospital wa» lime ago. lie
said he Kate.! t» return ami at tims
crie-t as if he were a habj.
OAK CITY WiNS HOI BLi: HEADI.R
The Oak City hi • Hisket tail
team CIIMI its SEA** with ar ovtr
whelming victor over KobersonviUe.
winning to to The oltbersonville
boys were game hot cvuld cot break
up the smooth team «ork of the Oak
City hoys. The Oak City girl* made
it a double header when they won
over the RokerxoiiV girl-? hy a score
of 12 to 1©
BEAR CRASS STXDAT . .
SCHOOL HONOR ROLL
Folloa in* is the hmr roll of toe
Bnr Gnu Scattf *Haol for March,
IMfc
Ptiui) (1m Mrs. B. O. Owing.
Tntkn:
Venter C«ra«. Bbadi Covins, Lois
Mae Bailey, Tktaa Eailey. V. Terry.
Lester Terry. Myr \. Oiianuon.
Raymond Cm—. C Gargtnx, D.
Baccn. Mawie Mq. liw* Btilef,
Willie Mod. Era Euk. Etta K:c*.
p --' * Locj Cau, Mary
X DaiLfit, Dm»
V>v.
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